Think geographically Thinking geographically means more than knowing where things are; it means being able to interpret geographic information, and to make sense of our world. Using maps and engaging map-centered questions, the World Atlas Student Workbook featuring maps from the Rand McNally Goode's World Atlas, 21st Edition provides an interactive guide to the physical, human, and political features of the world, as well as the specific features of each of the Earth's continents. With this workbook, students will be able to construct their own mental map of the world, and to see the world from a truly geographic perspective. Features Presents an outstanding collection of maps, featuring maps from "Rand McNally," Organized with a global section and seven additional sections corresponding to each of the world's continents. Perforated worksheets enable students to work directly in the book and hand in assignments. Questions guide students from basic map knowledge to a more complex geographical understanding of each region. Photographs help provide a sense of place.Palka, Eugene J. is the author of 'World Atlas Featuring Maps from the Rand Mcnally Goode's World Atlas Student Workbook', published 2005 under ISBN 9780471706915 and ISBN 0471706914.